Recent California Medical Association and California Healthcare Association reports suggest over $300 million in annual stipend expenses for the state's approximately 10 percent share of national ED visits.
What does CMA stand for?
CMA stands for California Medical Association
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- CyanogenMod 7 (mobile phone application)
- Chessmaster 9000 (video game)
- C4ISR Mission Assessment Support for QDR
- Cabinet Makers Association (Milwaukee, WI)
- Cabinet Messin d'Avocats (French law firm)
- Cable Management Arm (computing)
- Cadet Management Association (US Coast Guard Academy)
- Caldwell Marketing and Advertising (various locations)
- Calgary Musicians Association
- California Maritime Academy
- California Military Academy
- California Modified Assessment (grade level testing)
- Cambodian Medical Association
- Campus Ministry Association (various schools)
- Canadian Manufacturers Association
- Canadian Marketing Association
- Canadian Medical Association
- Canadian Motorcycle Association
- Canadian Museums Association
- Canis Majoris
Samples in periodicals archive:
California Medical Association spokesman Ron Lopp said his group has yet to take a position on the proposed bill but that it opposes assisted suicide in general.
The California Medical Association (CMA) in May 2000 filed a federal lawsuit against Blue Cross of California, PacifiCare Health Systems, and Foundation Health Systems under federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act laws.
Jack Lewin, chief executive officer with the California Medical Association and a family practice physician.
President of California Medical Association, issued the following statement: California Medical Association congratulates Gov.
org, the American Cancer Society, the National NAACP, and the California Medical Association among others, in supporting Proposition 86.
The figure jumps among immigrants - 59 percent of Latino immigrants and 54 percent of Korean immigrants say that colds and flus can be treated with antibiotics, said Elissa Maas, vice president for community health at the California Medical Association Foundation's Alliance Working for Antibiotic Resistance Education (AWARE).
He is a past president of the California Medical Association (CMA) and served his entire career in a number of capacities for CMA and the American Medical Association.